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Ma'aden awards three large EPC contracts for its phosphate project in Saudi Arabia
9:40 AM MST | December 23, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Ma’aden; Riyadh) announced today that it has awarded three engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts for its previously announced Waad Al Shamal phosphate project. Signing of the contracts will take place at a later date. SNC-Lavalin International, SNC-Lavalin Arabia, Sinopec Engineering Group and Sinopec E&C Middle East have been awarded a 2.87-billion Saudi riyal ($764 million) contract to build the sulfuric acid complex and a power generation facility. The sulfuric acid plant will consist of three...
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